Martin et al. (2014b) showed that a substantially misaligned accretion disk
around one component of a binary system can undergo global damped Kozai-Lidov
oscillations. During these oscillations, the inclination and eccentricity of
the disk are periodically exchanged. However, the robustness of this mechanism
and its dependence on the system parameters were unexplored. In this paper, we
use three-dimensional hydrodynamical simulations to analyze how various binary
and disk parameters affect the Kozai-Lidov mechanism in hydrodynamical disks.
The simulations include the effect of gas pressure and viscosity, but ignore
the effects of disk self-gravity. We describe results for different numerical
resolutions, binary mass ratios and orbital eccentricities, initial disk sizes,
initial disk surface density profiles, disk sound speeds, and disk viscosities.
We show that the Kozai-Lidov mechanism can operate for a wide range of
binary-disk parameters. We discuss the applications of our results to
astrophysical disks in various accreting systems.